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Two cars smash into concrete barrier during collision on Perth’s Mitchell Freeway

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Social media users have been left divided over a nasty crash on a Perth freeway.

Vision shared to popular Facebook page Dash Cam Owners Australia this week showed a white Subaru indicating before it shifts lanes and collides with the car recording.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Social media divided over Mitchell Freeway crash

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The accident unfolded near Powis St on Mitchell Fwy in the city’s northern suburbs earlier this month.

The impact turned the Subaru sideways before it was pushed into the concrete barrier. The car finished facing oncoming traffic.

The dash cam owner’s car did not come out of it unscathed, also thudding into the barrier.

Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in the crash.

“Just came onto Mitchell Fwy from Powis St in Mount Hawthorn,” the dash cam owner said.

A nasty crash has split opinion about who was at fault. Credit: Dash Cam Owners Australia

“Kept my speed low as I was advised of a hazard ahead. The Subaru in the middle lane changed into my lane.

“I could not see any indicator because of my (windscreen) pillar, and didn’t see the vehicle until too late. Thankfully no major injuries.“

Many on the page were split about who was at fault.

One popular comment noted they had counted six indicator flashes before the Subaru shifted lanes.

“(Dash cam) driver didn’t even back off, just kept accelerating,” they said.

OPINION SPLIT

“Even if a vehicle doesn’t indicate and they come into my lane I instantly back off, keeping myself room for any action needed like stopping – especially if they’ve done it so close in front of me like that.”

But another argued the blame lies with the Subaru driver.

“White car in the wrong. Just because you put your indicator on doesn’t give you right of way,” they said.

“Not allowed to change lanes unless safe to do so and that was an unsafe lane change.”

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Social media users have been left divided over a nasty crash on a Perth freeway.

Vision shared to popular Facebook page Dash Cam Owners Australia this week showed a white Subaru indicating before it shifts lanes and collides with the car recording.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Social media divided over Mitchell Freeway crash

For more Motoring related news and videos check out Motoring >>

The accident unfolded near Powis St on Mitchell Fwy in the city’s northern suburbs earlier this month.

The impact turned the Subaru sideways before it was pushed into the concrete barrier. The car finished facing oncoming traffic.

The dash cam owner’s car did not come out of it unscathed, also thudding into the barrier.

Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in the crash.

“Just came onto Mitchell Fwy from Powis St in Mount Hawthorn,” the dash cam owner said.

A nasty crash has split opinion about who was at fault. Credit: Dash Cam Owners Australia

“Kept my speed low as I was advised of a hazard ahead. The Subaru in the middle lane changed into my lane.

“I could not see any indicator because of my (windscreen) pillar, and didn’t see the vehicle until too late. Thankfully no major injuries.“

Many on the page were split about who was at fault.

One popular comment noted they had counted six indicator flashes before the Subaru shifted lanes.

“(Dash cam) driver didn’t even back off, just kept accelerating,” they said.

OPINION SPLIT

“Even if a vehicle doesn’t indicate and they come into my lane I instantly back off, keeping myself room for any action needed like stopping – especially if they’ve done it so close in front of me like that.”

But another argued the blame lies with the Subaru driver.

“White car in the wrong. Just because you put your indicator on doesn’t give you right of way,” they said.

“Not allowed to change lanes unless safe to do so and that was an unsafe lane change.”

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